The leafless trees look over the park, serenity reigns. Not quite free of ice, the Havel flows, almost with an excuse: it may be February, but winter is far from over. In the distance, through the mist, one can guess at the Glienicker Brücke, the bridge of spies. Many years have passed since then, since the hideous wall was removed, new trees planted, the park reopened, and the old church finally restored to its simple splendour… (https://ofglassandpaper.com/2017/02/05/a-walk-in-sacrower-schloss-park/)
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Tell us about the time you threw down the gauntlet and drew the proverbial line in the sand by giving someone an ultimatum. If you’ve never handed out an ultimatum but secretly wanted to, describe the scene and what you would say to put an end (one way or another) to an untenable situation.
Winter’s stigmas are all over the landscape, and yet nature is readying for Spring… The fields are still waterlogged, but crocuses are as bright as snow on the edge of dark woods. Snapshots taken on the North Downs Way (E2) from Eastwell Park to Dunn Street and back, and on to Wye and the Crown. Lens: Nikkor Af-S 18-55mm (no filter).